C.A.R.E. Series- Requesting a Shared Plan of Care & Exploring Care Mapping
A free workshop for families and caregivers
Tuesday, February 23, 2021 7:30-8:30 PM
Via Zoom video/phone conferencing
Requesting a Shared Plan of Care: Learn more about the benefits of a Shared Plan of Care, which is a summary of your child’s medical and non-medical information as well as your family’s strengths and goals.
Exploring Care Mapping: Design a care map for your family which will serve to share with others. Care Maps can communicate both the big picture and the small details of all of the resources needed to support your child and family.
Register here. You will be sent an email with the Zoom information before the training.
Materials for the training are on the Wisconsin Medical Home Initiative website.
Families can request print materials to be mailed as part of registration.
Northwest Community Specialist Position: We are still accepting applications for a part-time staff to connect families and professionals with resources. This is a great and flexible opportunity for a family leader to utilize their skills and knowledge to help other families. Staff can work in their home and/or in a community location in Ashland or Hayward after the pandemic.
You can go to this link to apply and for more information: phg.tbe.taleo.net/phg02/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=MARATHON&cws=42&rid=1846. Marathon County is the employer but this position will be located in the 5 northwest counties within our service area (Ashland, Bayfield, Iron, Price, and Sawyer).
Build Your Bridge: Moving from Child to Adult Health Care
This is a free presentation and conversation to help guide families through the transition from child-centered to adult health care systems. Youth and families are often overwhelmed and under-prepared for the transition to adult health care. This presentation will introduce and discuss when to start thinking about health care transition as well as provide helpful tools and resources.
As a result of participating in this presentation we hope you will:
• Understand what youth health care transition is and why it is important.
• Identify activities in daily life where transition occurs.
• Apply tools and resources to take an active role in the health care transition process.
• Start a health transition action plan
Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 7:30-8:30 PM or
Saturday, January 23, 2021 at 8:30-9:30 AM
You can register at: tinyurl.com/y48upo72. Contact the Northern Regional Center for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs at 715-261-1906 with any questions. We will email you instructions on joining Zoom along with a link to a video that provides an introduction to health transition.
Build Your Bridge Jan 2020 Flyer
We are offering many of our trainings on Thursdays in October at 12:30 PM and then repeated at 6 PM over Zoom so you can join from home over phone or video.
Transition Trainings: What’s After High School? and Bridging the Gap
C.A.R.E.: A Medical Home Series: Assembling a Care Notebook, Requesting a Shared Plan of Care, and Exploring Care Mapping
Did You Know, Now You Know: An overview of private and public health insurance benefits, community supports and services, and other resources for children with special health needs and/or disabilities.
A full list with descriptions and registration information is at: northernregionalcenter.org/fall2020/
There are a number of conferences taking place virtually this fall that are listed below. Many offer scholarships. The Northern Regional CYSHCN Center can also provide scholarships for registration for any of these conferences. Use the Contact Us form and we will send you the form.
Wisconsin Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Conference
October 19-21, 2020
Self Determination Conference- FREE
October 26- 28, 2020
Virtual Self-Determination Conference
“Essential Supports for People with FASD”
October 30, 2020 ~ 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM,
Transition Parents in Partnership October- May
Statewide Tuesday Evening Training (13 sessions)
Statewide Saturday Training (8 sessions)
“PIP is a statewide program in which a group of parents and other caregivers meet together during the year to share their family stories, challenges, joys and triumphs of raising their children. At PIP participants will learn about the community and statewide resources for children with disabilities; explore issues around health, education, transition, policy making, legislation, inclusion, self-determination, family well-being, and IDEA Special Education Law.”
PIP Flyer with dates